Origin of geodetic
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The seconds pendulum of the Geodetic Institute procured in 1869.
It was however with the Geodetic Association that he was principally connected.Rustic Sounds
A 1/2-second, reversible pendulum of the Geodetic Institute procured in 1892.
The channel has been mapped by the Coast and Geodetic Survey and is plainly marked at all critical points.The Philippines Past and Present (Volume 2 of 2)
Dean Conant Worcester
He was employed in the astronomical and geodetic work of the Lake Survey until its completion in 1882.
- of or relating to geodesy
- another word for geodesic
- The scientific study of the size and shape of the Earth, its field of gravity, and such varying phenomena as the motion of the magnetic poles and the tides.
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